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From the increasing use of drone technology to the growth of the internet of things (IoT), privacy and cybersecurity in 2017 may be more complex than ever before. For legal veteran Alan S. Wernick, a privacy and cybersecurity expert who recently joined Carlile Patchen & Murphy on the firm’s business team, 2017 presents as many opportunities as it does challenges.
Legaltech News recently caught up with Wernick to discuss his long, tech-focused legal career, his views on what the cybersecurity landscape will look like in 2017 and his thoughts on the challenges and opportunities facing drone technology.
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